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"India's rapid economic growth has led to abundant prosperity for employees. Unfortunately, this growth and prosperity has brought socio-cultural shifts that are posing psychological problems. Over a period of time these will become counter productive or organizations that are, today, thriving on the efforts of this work force. To help deal with personal and work related psychological problems employees have so far relied on the rich family support system; friends too have been a major support. But the demographics are changing as several leave behind these support systems to work in other cities. Counselors and coaches can help, but they are yet to gain widespread acceptance. To address these lacunae and the impending productivity loss Managements' are obligated to create a helping organization. This book presents a refreshingly new approach to helping tomorrow's work force today through a 5-layer helping model. In Creating a Helping Organization CEOs, HR directors, and managers will discover a path breaking and practical approach to promote employee performance, growth and well being. ""This book empowers people to build a bridge between human welfare and organizational performance – in a manner that only Ganesh Chella could have done."" - Dr Santrupt B. Mishra CEO, Carbon Black Business, Director, Group HR, Aditya Birla Management Corporation. ""I am delighted that the subject of enabling employees achieve their full potential has become the theme of an entire book."" - Mr Hrsh Goenka Chairman, RPG Enterprises. ""The Helping Organisation is the future need and this book will be a great source of inspiration for Institution builders."" -Prof. T.V. Rao, Chairman, T.V. Rao Learning Systems."
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"Genesh Chella is the founder of totus consulting, a strategic human resource consulting firm. He is also the co-founder and current vice-chairman of CFI (www.cfi.co.in), a pioneering institution that leverages the power of executive coaching to enhance the quality of business leadership in India. Ganesh has recently started the totus HR school, a pioneering initiative to promote the continuing professional development needs of HR practitioners in India. He is widely respected and acknowledged for his contributions as a practitioner, consultant, coach, trainer and thought leader in the field of HR and executive coaching. Ganesh has over 100 published articles to his credit including a column that he used to write for the Hindu business line. Ganesh is an alumnus of XLRI, Jamshedpur and a member of the Indian Society for Applied Behavioural Sciences. Ganesh lives in Chennai with his wife and two daughters."
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Book Description Tata McGraw-Hill Education Private Limited, 2011. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1259005658